Provides analysis on emerging technologies that are expected to reshape situational awareness across the spectrum of conflict, and examines the implications of these technologies for nuclear strategic stability.
The idea of space-based missile interceptors is not new nor prohibited, but it is a bad idea. This piece looks beyond the policy arguments and explores the inefficiencies and vulnerabilities of space-based missiles.
December 5, 2017 In Aerospace SecurityStealth capabilities have significantly impacted the way in which the U.S. Military operates. This Aerospace 101 feature explores the fundamentals of stealth as a strategic capability for any military.
December 5, 2017 In Aerospace SecurityWhat’s the difference between a Wing, Gorup, and Squadron? Learn more about the organization of the U.S. Air Force from one of CSIS’ Military Fellows, Jesse Friedel.
December 5, 2017 In Aerospace SecurityA brief overview of the Fighter/Attack aircraft currently in the inventory of the U.S. Air Force, including airframe specs, fiscal data, and mission characteristics.
December 4, 2017
| Kaitlyn Johnson In Aerospace SecurityThis Aerospace 101 piece gives a brief overview of operational, or soon-to-be operational, launch vehicles developed by American companies, sometimes with government aid.
The debate over how to deal with North Korea’s nuclear program has been raging for nearly 25 years. CSIS's Beyond Parallel collected information on negotiations between the U.S. and North Korea to see if there are any trends that can shed light on the present nuclear...
On August 15, Philippine Congressman Gary Alejano released photographs of Chinese vessels that he claimed had been operating within 1 to 3 nautical miles of Philippine-occupied Thitu Island. AMTI imagery and analysis shines some light on the situation.